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Vanilla Bean Salted Maple Pecan Chocolate Turtles

Vanilla Bean Salted Maple Pecan Chocolate Turtles

This no-bake treat is a tasty take on the classic caramel turtle! Fresh, juicy Joolies Medjool dates blended with aromatic cinnamon and vanilla make a naturally sweet base for a topping of chunky granola, a drizzle of rich chocolate and a sprinkling of flaky sea salt. Makes 16 Turtles   1 ½ cups of Joolies Dates, pitted ⅛ tsp cinnamon, ground ½ vanilla Bean, split and seeds scraped ½ cup Michele's Salted Maple Pecan Granola ½ cup semi- sweet chocolate chips, melted Sea salt flakes (like Maldon Salt) to your taste   Using a food processor, process the dates, cinnamon,...

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Sweet + Salty Mini Pecan Pie Bites

Sweet + Salty Mini Pecan Pie Bites

Sweet and salty, nutty and buttery, these tartlets featuring our new Salted Maple Pecan Granola are fun to make and even more fun to snack on--especially with a friend. Makes 36 bites    Crust  1/2 cup butter, softened  3/4 cup brown sugar  1 tsp vanilla extract  1 egg yolk  1/2 tsp baking soda  1 cup flour  1/2 cup Michele's Salted Maple Pecan Granola, lightly crumbled, plus more for garnishing     Pecan Filling  1/4 cup butter, melted  1/2 cup brown sugar  1/4 cup granulated sugar   1/8 tsp salt   3 tsp flour  1 egg  2 tbsp heavy cream  1 tsp vanilla extract  1/2 cup chopped pecans     Whipped cream, for garnish ...

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Recipe: Vegan Lemon Bars featuring Lemon Pistachio granola

I'm not vegan, but I try to eat a mainly plant-based diet and will happily substitute with a dairy-free option when it's available. You won't miss a thing in these creamy lemon bars! With a coconut and cashew base, naturally sweetened with dates and maple syrup, they are a healthier alternative to other overly sweetened treats. The food processor does most of the work here (a Vitamix works great too!), just be sure to plan enough time to soak the cashews and chill the bars before serving.    Michele's Vegan Lemon Bars For the Crust: 2 c Michele’s Lemon Pistachio...

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Demystifying Muesli: Answers to Your Top 3 Questions

There are three questions we hear frequently about Michele's Toasted Muesli, and we're answering them all for you! Question #1: How do you pronounce it?! It's pronounced "myoos-lee" or "myooz-lee."   Question #2: What's the difference between muesli and granola? Our Toasted Muesli contains many of the same ingredients that you love in our granola: Whole grain organic oats and coconut, dried fruit, plus a variety of nutritious seeds and nuts. And like all of our products, our Muesli is free of wheat, dairy, soy, eggs, peanuts and GMO ingredients. But where our granola is known for its chunks, Muesli...

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